Bauchi Christians pray for God’s intervention on state of the nation

Christian Community in Bauchi State under the umbrella of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) will on Saturday converge to pray for divine intervention on the insecurity facing the country which has cost many lives and properties of innocent citizens.

The prayer meeting tagged ‘Come, let’s rebuild the Broken Wall’ will hold at the CAN centre in Bauchi during which selected men of God will lead various prayer sessions for peace and tranquillity in the state in particular and the country as a whole.

While briefing newsmen on Friday, Chairman of the CAN in Bauchi State, Rev. Dr Abraham Damina Dimeus explained that the prayer meeting became expedient considering the spate of insecurity in the country.

Damina Dimeus lamented that the situation in the country has become so bad that no one knows what happens to him or her next thereby restricting their movements to one place a development he said has made uncertainties pervade the atmosphere.

The CAN Chairman added that “We as Christians must not just sit down watching the situation degenerating to a situation that may be irredeemable, we must stand up to fight the spiritual battle, seek the face of God for divine intervention in the situation.”

He further said that the only way things can get better for the country is to hand over the situation to God because according to him, “We have such history in the Bible but with the divine intervention of God, the situation was reversed positively. We can still do it now because it is the same God yesterday, today and tomorrow.”

The Clergyman then called on Christians in the state to turn out and be part of the prayer meeting which text is drawn from the book of Nehemiah 2:17 when Prophet Nehemiah returned to God while in captivity for the rebuilding of the fallen walls of Jerusalem.

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